Parmigiani Fleurier – named after its founder Michel Parmigiani – was created in Val de Travers in 1996 and has based its values on authentic Haute Horlogerie ever since. Thanks to the Sandoz Family Foundation industrial watchmaking centre, which is available to it as a priority, in the space of a few years the Parmigiani Fleurier brand has gained a unique credibility in the history of modern watchmaking. Parmigiani Fleurier is built on strict devotion to the highest aesthetic and mechanical quality, and on its expertise in watchmaking and mastery of mechanical grand complications. By remaining faithful to its founding values, such as the restoration of masterpieces of the watchmaker’s art, it is one of the few firms to preserve an image of authenticity in the eyes of the public. That is why, even today, at Parmigiani Fleurier, a restoration workshop is dedicated exclusively to restoring objets d’art from past centuries. This provides a source of inspiration and knowledge for its neighbouring Haute Horlogerie workshop, where cutting edge watchmakers assemble exceptional mechanical complications from the Parmigiani Fleurier collection, often over several months.
Beyond that now undisputed ability to celebrate the watchmaker’s art every day, it is certainly Parmigiani Fleurier’s talent for showing this art to its best advantage in a modern way that sets the brand apart. Being an independent company, Parmigiani Fleurier has been able to invent its own style. Whether they feature simple or grand complications, Parmigiani's collections are instantly recognisable thanks to their unique stylistic motifs. An extensive range of men’s and women’s collections, all equipped with the 21 house calibres, are the basis of the brand’s success today. The Parmigiani Fleurier Manufacture strives on a daily basis to ensure that the brand's watchmaking dreams become reality.